The Middle East

The Middle East: In-Depth Reports

Has Egyptian President Abd el Fattah el Sisi Lost his Charm?

Harsh Reaction to Decision to Cede Islands to Saudi Arabia Read More »

From Welcome Euphoria to Pandora’s Box – The European Refugee Crisis, Israel and the Jews.

The massive chaotic influx of over a million refugees into Europe in recent months has sparked radical new developments, in particular in Germany and Sweden, the two countries which have accepted the largest numbers of refugees. These ongoing developments create […] Read More »

Why Are Arab States Worried in Wake of Iran Nuclear Deal?

Iran affairs expert Lt. Col. (ret.) Michael Segall discusses the turmoil in some Arab states in the wake of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. Read More »

Understanding the Significance of Protests Over Egypt’s Handing Over Two Islands to Saudi Arabia

Middle East experts Jacques Neriah, Amb. Zvi Mazel and Brig.Gen (ret) Yossi Kuperwasser discuss the implications of widespread protests over Egypt’s relinquishing control over two Red Sea Islands. Read More »

The Internal Palestinian Fight for Jerusalem

Who’s who in the battle for “Al Quds” Read More »

Top International Law Expert Takes Down “Occupied Palestinian Territories” Meme

Amb.Alan Baker, who participated in negotiations on the Oslo Accords and today is Director of the Institute for Contemporary Affairs at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs explains how the OPT concept has no basis in international law. Read More »

Is Egypt’s Transfer Of Two Red Sea Islands to Saudi Arabia a Risk for Israel?

Lenny Ben-David, Jerusalem Center’s Director of Publications interviews Amb. Alan Baker. Question of the day: It was announced today that Saudi Arabia and Egypt have an agreement on two very key small Islands at the mouth of the Red Sea: […] Read More »

Whitewashing Palestine to Eliminate Israel: The Case of the One-State Advocates

The one-state proponents systematically whitewash Palestinian political culture by denying or obscuring its antisemitic aspects. Read More »

Abu Mazen’s Attempt to Blunt the Knife Terror Wave

Effort reflects pressure he is facing and his original incitement Read More »

Is the Palestinian Terrorism Against Israelis Decreasing? – Question of the Day

Brig.-Gen. (res.) Yossi Kuperwasser interviewed by Ahuva Volk, Projects Director at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. Question of the day: In light of your recent Haaretz article, and in light of Netanyahu’s comment at the Cabinet meeting about the […] Read More »

Understanding the Basic Elements of Being a Palestinian

Top Israeli intelligence expert, Brig.-Gen. (res.) Yossi Kuperwasser, Director of the Project on Regional Middle East Developments at the Jerusalem Center, former Director General of the Israel Ministry of Strategic Affairs and head of the Research Division of IDF Military […] Read More »

Is Turkey Planning to Destabilize Lebanon?

A strategy to counter the Russian-Iranian-Hizbullah success in Syria Read More »

The Syrian Army Captured the City of Palmyra. Is it a Significant Development? – Question of the Day

The Syrian army backed by Russian aircraft defeated ISIS and captured the ancient city of Palmyra on March 26. Is it a significant development? Read More »

Is Turkey Planning to Destabilize Lebanon? – Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah

Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah interviewed by Lenny Ben-David, Director of Publications, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. Read More »

Dying for Allah

The Palestinian terror campaign is part of their Islamic-national fight against Zionism Read More »